Lifewater Engineering Company has been building packaged water and wastewater treatment systems in Alaska, USA for the past 15 years. Experts in arctic design (-60°F/-51°C) and solutions for utility construction on permafrost and difficult soils,  Lifewater designs and builds systems ranging in size from large man camps and hotels to a single family residence. Lifewater has extensive experience with remote applications where reliability is critical and transportation of packaged plants is limiting.

Lifewater uses membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology as well as various fixed film processes for wastewater treatment depending on project requirements. Lifewater systems are compact and can be controlled and monitored remotely. 

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Commercial ExtremeSTP™ sewage treatment plants are designed for use anywhere on Earth, including extremely cold climates (-60oF/-51oC). Each system can be customized to meet the client’s needs. Our typical membrane bioreactor (MBR) treatment process includes a surge tank, a fine solids removing screen, bioreactor to provided aerobic decomposition, tubular membrane ultrafiltration, UV disinfection, and dosed effluent discharge. Wastewater

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